Diabetes Self-Management is one of the most influential tools in diabetes care. Below you will find some examples of Diabetes Self-Management that are currently in use in practices around the area.
Advancing Diabetes Self Management – Diabetes Initiative, a program by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that provides program materials including self management resources.
Assessing Patient Readiness for Change & Making Treatment Options – 5 minute primer for practitioners worksheet
Assessment of Care for Chronic Conditions - Worksheet developed by the MacColl Institute for Healthcare Innovation to assess care.
Diabetes 24/7 – Personal Health Record created by the American Diabetes Association that helps patients manage their diabetes and share their collection of information with their physician.
Diabetes Management Resources – University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics Authority’s webpage with food and meal planning tools and diabetes resources.
The Diabetes Self-Management Assessment Report Tool (D-SMART) – tool used by providers to help assist the patients with tracking their behavior change for DSME.
My Diabetes Self-Management Goal Sheet - SMS sheet that provides goals on a weekly basis which includes an execution plan, measurement of confidence, and follow up plan
Facilitating Behavior Change – Guide on Readiness to Change and Motivational Interviewing by the American Society on Aging.
Goals for Patients with Diabetes - SMS sheet that provides guidelines established by the American Diabetes Association
Helping Patients Manage their Chronic Conditions – Guidebook created by the California Healthcare Foundation
Morisky 8-Item Medication Adherence Questionnaire – Questionnaire to assess patient medication adherence.
My Personal Goals - Available in English & Spanish. SMS sheet logging specific goals and specific plans on how to accomplish them
Patient Health Questionnaire ( PHQ-9) – Health questionnaire developed by Washington University.
Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-2) – Health questionnaire developed by Washington University in regards to depression.
Patient Motivation – Readiness to Change – Qualitative tool to assess whether the patient is ready to lose weight by the National Obesity Forum.
Patient Readiness Assessment -Worksheet to be completed by healthcare professional and the patient to assess readiness for change.
Patient Readiness Checklist – Tool to help asses Patient Readiness created by the American Medical AssociationPatient Self-Management Tool: My Personal Action Plan - SMS sheet logging a long-term goal, specific plan, barriers, confidence, and follow up plan
Readiness-to-Change Ruler – Tool used to assess a person’s willingness to change in regards to their present motivational state.
Summary of Diabetes Self-Care Activities – Summary published by Diabetes Care Journal